Given the current situation within the NFL, IMG Academy is simulating NFL off-season training by offering weekly on-field, movement and lifting programs to coincide with field work facilitated by a Chris Weinke-led staff of former college and NFL coaches. In addition to weekly training, there will be a series of shorter mini-camps for rookies, veterans, free-agents, and all players combined. This is to allow work options for players who prefer to stay based in their current family environments, but want to remain in the type of shape that will allow them to rejoin their team once the work stoppage ends. For more information on the program click here.
IMG Academy recently ended an extensive NFL Combine Training Program in which 23 top NFL prospects spent six weeks preparing across all performance disciplines including physical conditioning, mental conditioning, vision training, nutrition, communications and media training, speed/movement, and more. Players participating in NFL programs like the Combine and Off-Season ones eat, sleep and train on IMG’s 400-acre facility in Bradenton, Florida. IMG can also house teammates and their families on property.